Welcome to my humble blog. If you're here looking for a bunch of insanely boring posts about my daily habits and what I had for breakfast this morning, then you are out of luck. However, if you like to read and want to look over reviews for books before you buy them, this is the place to be.

Tuesday, March 6

You Laren Smoihtneg Ervey Day

A rcneet sudty swhos taht it deson't mtaetr waht odrer the ltetres of a wrod are in, as lnog as the frsit and lsat ltertes are in the rgiht sopt you can raed it. I was azaemd. I tierd it, and it's altcauly ture! It's ptrety cool how our mndis wrok, ins't it? A Cbrigdmae Uinvtisrey sudty has cnolcedud taht the biran dneos't raed ltetres ilnldaiuvdiy (tihs is a hrad one), it rades tehm as a wlohe.

Tuesday, May 17

The Tale of Two Pretties: A Clique Novel

              If you have not even picked up The Clique, then you are either a guy, or a major slacker. It is not like the other series associated with it, like Gossip Girl, or The A-List. Lisi Harrison goes much deeper in her characters, and they are only shallow on the outside. Personally, I even prefer The A-List over Gossip Girl, and I'm wondering why Gossip Girl is the one that got turned into a show.
             I just finished reading The Tale of Two Pretties, which, alas, is the last book in the series. All the girls are keeping secrets, secrets that could break up the Pretty Committee. Now, what those secrets are, I am so not telling. In the end, all the secrets come out, as they tend to do, and Massie is faced with a terrible decision, one that could change their lives forever. But change is good, right?

Saturday, May 14

Word of the Week

     Now, who here has heard of Crash Bandicoot? (crowd cheers insanely) Okay, does anyone know what a bandicoot is? (lots of head scratching and confuzzled looks) Didn't think so. Well, you're about to.

any of several large East Indian rats of the genus Nesokia


The Vampire Diaries- The Return: Shadow Souls

                    L.J. Smith's Vampire Diaries series is a perfect remedy for the vampiritis that's been going around. However, the novels don't exactly follow the original vampire rules; you know, burnt by sunlight, killed only by wooden stakes, invincible... the list could go on, but I think I'll stop there. The only rule that she follows is the wooden stake thing, except that, unlike most vampire books, she offers an explanation. Apparently, there is a chemical in trees that is super-toxic to vampires. I'm repeating the word "vampire" a lot, maybe there are synonyms...
    Nope, none that aren't offensive, and I wouldn't want that big guy, Sage coming after me. ANyway, this yarn is about a girl named Elena Gilbert, who died twice in the previous book, one I have yet to read, and is trying to decide between two brothers, Damon and Stefan, who happen to be vampires. Personally, I am rooting for Damon, but things aren't looking so good for him, because Stefan is Elena's soulmate. *Sigh* So, Stefan is trapped in the Dark Dimension, and Damon is the only one who can get her there. With the help of Elena's two best friends, Bonnie and Meredith, and another vampire, Sage, who also brings the help of his huge dog and hawk, they go to the Dark Dimension. And if they make it back, well I'm not giving anything away. This is a book review, not a book report.

Wednesday, March 30

Word of the Day

You know what? I think I need to change this to "Word of the Week," because I never remember to do it every day. So there. "Word of the Day" is now "Word of the Week."

Monday, March 28

Word of the Day

          Wow, am I a slacker. When was the last time I did this? Like last week? Anyway, I will give you a cool word to astound (or confuse) your friends with, and you don't even have to use it right, because they probably won't even know what it means. And our word of the day iiiiiiiiiiiis...

a hodgepodge; jumble; confused medley

           There you have it, folks. Our wonderful word of the day.